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"alana" Discussed on Deadly Discussions

Deadly Discussions

04:41 min | Last month

"alana" Discussed on Deadly Discussions

"You know if you didn't get that deal if someone call you back off the presented by just out because often week become worse enemies by being so negative quickly out when we can turn us into a positive very efficiently by san yet you know. Where can i improve. what. And you'll find and i'm so you can testify to this to align. It is like as you start talking with that customer. They'll be like. Hey you know what. I'm uncle something smaller coming up all. Hey you know what. What are we catch up for coffee. And i'll give you an example of that and then they'll wolke through an all mice make and show you a sale with them. Will someone else by showing you how to win the work and then if we had all the time we lose out on stop but as that bring us on another project and work with us in actually Coach you to deliver the work which is phenomenal ships. You wanna win if you truly want to win in your humble yourself enough to say hey you anyway. People will work to see you in his what. We've found anywhere just having about the fact that we wanted to supply signs that the skin they'll put you know that men pick because it was designed for the male demographic women will just love it because they get it. Many was designed for them because they didn't locks consistency that was on a market and multitasking with mobster. Now plants in that is it. Is the sunscreen does everything. Yeah also some like we not only love the product but any product. You can sell any any product but what i also understood. Is that From the get go. I wanted to have an impact like i said that i wasn't having you will ever marketing wanted to do more socially Up steve baxter said to me alana. One thing you need to learn all you mob wanna give before buckets. Full ways will leave your..

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"alana" Discussed on Deadly Discussions

Deadly Discussions

05:52 min | Last month

"alana" Discussed on Deadly Discussions

"Because wasn't what they are. A single concept is just bill in listen p little what they need and at the time. I'm so grateful for gene. Because i didn't know that i needed this opportunity. But you'd need a little bit of a break. And how. I was feeling like i needed to develop myself more than a business and say it gave me the opportunity to step back and go from the ground up and i've never done that before of never bill something on my own. I mean that was a pre existing business structures able to lose. You have said about the money. Giving money to the community is like in a native titles like under ten percent success right ones. that's the application but leading up to that we know how many families and communities torn apart from the process of anthropology. Yeah general meetings and those sort of stuff in so if you throw money at first nations. People just expect the problems to soda. Despite that's not gonna work. I think people think that that's what things like capitalism odd but it's it's of working with people to say what she'll passion what you officiant and and i don't have one yet then working to inspire that it's addressing. The missing a lot in the service jobs abroad is and other things like inspiration phase. And we'll talk about personal development. Where the person's like grabs it by the hands of gall. Look i want to be the best that can be full. My aunt to raised me. Oh you know my kids with young partner. United kids at being teenagers. That sort of situation. it's about inspiring on sparking in that. Because if you throw money it just gonna compound. The issues would those research communities when everyone was super during periods in communities Just holding private casinos at the house. Everyone k. around yeah and Winner take soul. And i was like all men but imagine i couldn't imagine the tension and the violence and other things that might have happened mixed with alcohol and drugs in not while. Don't be like the only solution really is relationship. They were the people who are close to me. And i think the other thing is grace. You gotta you want to lead in a relationship. If you're sitting in a more privileged position you've got to lead with the sentence of tell me your story and if you can understand the story in the why then give them grace to just be in that moment. What's most extraordinary about mob is at gifting abba stories untold. 'cause they have gifts and talents that we would never even dream of having Our what it's like to have a team of digits storytellers pros and cons is amazing at engaging bringing people in but when i'm like hey what happened did scott the tummy store..

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"alana" Discussed on The Speaker Station Podcast

The Speaker Station Podcast

05:15 min | Last month

"alana" Discussed on The Speaker Station Podcast

"Here's my chat with alana. Mackenzie hi alana. Welcome to the show. Hello mater nice to be here alana. How would you describe what you do. And what's your training behind. I help people access the voice that they want to use. I was always fascinated with the human voice. That's how it began for me and why some people have a more compelling voice or why especially with singing because that is sort it was sort of my entry point to it was through singing. Why do we find some people's voices more interesting better than others. What we have this concept of some people have better choices than others. And i was really intrigued by that. In what leads to that so i now help people access the voice that they want to create that they want to express out in the world and i do that through my training in the human vocal tract. So what i discovered. After i had a bunch of classical training in singing and being told over and over again when i wanted to sing other kinds of music jazz and pop for example that i had a classical voice. It's possible to change your voice. It's possible to sing in many different ways and to speak in many different ways and the speaking voice that we have in forms are singing voice. And these are all trained. Both of these the voice that you speak with and the voice that you sing with are trained from your usually your culture the way your parents speak. How your language. Your native tongue sort of informs your your mouth in the way that you use your language and it's possible to shift that i'm very passionate about sort of what people want to use their voice for and how they can use the power of their vocal tract so all the sort of the the anatomical pieces of their voice of the larynx voice box we call it often the breast the resonant chamber if you will of the of the cheeks and the sort of the what the tongue is doing and how your jaws moving while you speak and the way that you.

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"alana" Discussed on The Mom Room

The Mom Room

02:55 min | 2 months ago

"alana" Discussed on The Mom Room

"Halo which was previously known as moms. Te'o mom's toronto was to me like an act of desperation. When i was looking for my girls crew is looking for moms to like connect with and everywhere i went like people didn't talk to each other. It was really weird dynamic. I come from a twelve year history of a community builder. Fundraiser working nonprofit sector. Have always sort of been a gatherer of people and organizer of stuff so i was looking for my crew and i couldn't really find them so i had just moved into the neighborhood. We live now. I'm a young mom. I have my babies. Maybe five months old and i just like flew out on a local facebook page. I'm okay. I'm looking for some moms. Who wanna come over to my house to just maybe hang out at byu. Ob bring your babies. Your boobs in your bottles and bottles met lake. I was obviously like your your baby bottle. Your wine bottle. Hello whatever that was in two thousand. Sixteen that i thought was really clever. And lo and behold like nineteen random. Women's showed up to my like my matchbook cows. They're like i remember. This french canadian woman was like what's the catch. What are you trying to sell me on. Like absolutely nothing. My husband is a retired shops. Like beautiful feud we had like twelve bottles of wine. And we just. I had this aha moment of like moms. Just want to have their identity. Were their moms and also have a baby on everything. Baby baby baby all the time so. I really leaned in hard to this leg putting mom i like baby on the head wide on the lab. That's how it came. In to be. Rene then i remember that year. That was a really cool event in toronto that i really want to go to. It was like a very busy like food and beverage event. And i want to wear my white dress and i wanted to shut my baby with me and i went to go buy tickets. It was like a three hundred dollars ticket and the like. I'm sorry you can't come into nineteen event. I was like my baby is in a stroller. Like you can't bring the baby after this shit. I'm gonna create an event that looks and feels as beautiful as boozy. That's food and beverage where women can bring their baby. And that's how the first ever very mommy wine festival came to be with this like really leaning hard into finding a place where moms could come be themselves have a glass of wine and hang out with their babies fast forward years later and that's secretion of our community now which is now known as the mom halo. We pivoted hard because we realized we were serving women with our virtual digital content that we're like very much outside of the greater toronto area so very canadian following and we still sort of hit hard with i would say epa content. That's both virtual. We are in person really fun and it's not about why right. It's on about getting drunk and being fraternity girls. It's about permission right. It's about giving moms permission to say it's okay for you to be both. You can love being mom behaving mom. You can exercise five days a week. If that's your thing not my thing but if that's your thing and you wanna drink on the weekends that's your thing like just do you like whatever you is just

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A Space for Mom's to Be More Than 'Just Moms' With Mom Halo Founder, Alana Kayfetz

The Mom Room

02:55 min | 2 months ago

A Space for Mom's to Be More Than 'Just Moms' With Mom Halo Founder, Alana Kayfetz

"Halo which was previously known as moms. Te'o mom's toronto was to me like an act of desperation. When i was looking for my girls crew is looking for moms to like connect with and everywhere i went like people didn't talk to each other. It was really weird dynamic. I come from a twelve year history of a community builder. Fundraiser working nonprofit sector. Have always sort of been a gatherer of people and organizer of stuff so i was looking for my crew and i couldn't really find them so i had just moved into the neighborhood. We live now. I'm a young mom. I have my babies. Maybe five months old and i just like flew out on a local facebook page. I'm okay. I'm looking for some moms. Who wanna come over to my house to just maybe hang out at byu. Ob bring your babies. Your boobs in your bottles and bottles met lake. I was obviously like your your baby bottle. Your wine bottle. Hello whatever that was in two thousand. Sixteen that i thought was really clever. And lo and behold like nineteen random. Women's showed up to my like my matchbook cows. They're like i remember. This french canadian woman was like what's the catch. What are you trying to sell me on. Like absolutely nothing. My husband is a retired shops. Like beautiful feud we had like twelve bottles of wine. And we just. I had this aha moment of like moms. Just want to have their identity. Were their moms and also have a baby on everything. Baby baby baby all the time so. I really leaned in hard to this leg putting mom i like baby on the head wide on the lab. That's how it came. In to be. Rene then i remember that year. That was a really cool event in toronto that i really want to go to. It was like a very busy like food and beverage event. And i want to wear my white dress and i wanted to shut my baby with me and i went to go buy tickets. It was like a three hundred dollars ticket and the like. I'm sorry you can't come into nineteen event. I was like my baby is in a stroller. Like you can't bring the baby after this shit. I'm gonna create an event that looks and feels as beautiful as boozy. That's food and beverage where women can bring their baby. And that's how the first ever very mommy wine festival came to be with this like really leaning hard into finding a place where moms could come be themselves have a glass of wine and hang out with their babies fast forward years later and that's secretion of our community now which is now known as the mom halo. We pivoted hard because we realized we were serving women with our virtual digital content that we're like very much outside of the greater toronto area so very canadian following and we still sort of hit hard with i would say epa content. That's both virtual. We are in person really fun and it's not about why right. It's on about getting drunk and being fraternity girls. It's about permission right. It's about giving moms permission to say it's okay for you to be both. You can love being mom behaving mom. You can exercise five days a week. If that's your thing not my thing but if that's your thing and you wanna drink on the weekends that's your thing like just do you like whatever you is just

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Ex-White House Press Secretary's Book Likens Melania Trump to Marie Antoinette

POLITICO Playbook Audio Briefing

02:03 min | 2 months ago

Ex-White House Press Secretary's Book Likens Melania Trump to Marie Antoinette

"One twenty five. Pm on january six soon after writers broken barricades outside of the capitol bologna. Trump received a text message from her. Then chief of staff stephanie. Grisham it had a question. Do you want to tweet. That peaceful protests are the right of every american but there is no place for lawlessness and violence amid later milania with a one word. Answer no at that moment. Malania was at the white house preparing for a photo shoot of rug. She had selected. That's according to exclusive excerpts of grissom's forthcoming book obtained by politico titled. I'll take your questions now. What i saw on the trump white house grisham the former trump white house press secretary best known for never holding a press briefing is now breaking her silence and political daniel. Lipman email does what. They preview gruesome also writes that she asked malania couple times whether she should reach out to jill biden during the transition to set up. The traditional inauguration t. but instead of setting up the meeting the london told her that they should quote see what the west wing does according to grisham. The reason was because malania like her husband believed. The election was illegitimate on january eleventh. Malania did issue a statement saying that she was disappointed and disheartened with what happened last week but she added that she founded quote shameful. That's rounding these tragic events. There's been salacious. Gossip unwarranted personal attacks and false misleading accusations on me from people who are looking to be relevant and have an agenda. She seemed to be referring to her. Former close. personal friend. Stephanie winston walk-off who pendant op ed in the daily beast. A few days earlier saying that milania quote was complicit in the destruction of america grisham joined the trump campaign in two thousand fifteen and remained with the white house until close to the end. She writes them. Alana's response to a text on january six broker since she had long defended the first lady against accusations that she was marie antoinette. Type dilettante now gruesome rights. She sees milania quote the doomed french queen dismiss. It defeated attached.

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The Life of Historian Gerda Lerner

Encyclopedia Womannica

01:21 min | 2 months ago

The Life of Historian Gerda Lerner

"Hedwig crohn's stein was born. On april thirtieth nineteen twenty in vienna austria to robert and alana cranston hers was an affluent jewish family. The defied many of the norms of the time for starters. The family's money came from one. Gert is father used her mother's dowry to open a successful pharmaceutical enterprise. Gerdes mother was a bohemian artist. Who encouraged sexual freedom and vegetarianism has it. They're vastly different lifestyles. Robert and alana had a contentious relationship. The lava knew that. If she asked for a divorce she would lose custody of gerda and girders younger sister nora so alana and robert agreed that they would lead separate but discreet lives under the same roof. Gerda and nora had to make appointments to see their mother who was relegated to a single room separated from the rest of the apartment ilana enjoyed avant-garde art and had many young suitors while robert had a separate apartment for his mistress being a witness to her parents. Unorthodox arrangement exposed girded a female independence and caused her to question. Impose societal norms as gerda got older. She flirted with cultural and political radicalism

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Boris Epshteyn on the Woman in a Gorilla Mask Attacking Larry Elder

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:31 min | 3 months ago

Boris Epshteyn on the Woman in a Gorilla Mask Attacking Larry Elder

"Look full disclosure. He's a colleague of mine at salem. Radio host larry elder the sage of south central. He is running to replace gavin. And just this shocking video. That msnbc the mainstream media cnn just really isn't interested in what would what would happen if the if the roles were reversed and they white republican in gorilla mask tried to attack a black democrat candidate for anything. Boris the Attacks on larry elder have been so outside the lines have been so despicable but they underscore exactly what democrats are. They're power hungry sebastian. They are racist that. Let's be honest. We know from alana mall rasheed. Leave their antisemitic they will. They will not back off any offensive thing that they can do in order to gain or keep power and that's what's happening and california. That's what's happening to other and it's really terrible to say but this truly is the most the rank form of racism and the fact that the media doesn't care bar is expected. That's what it is that today's media is of course they don't care when when it's republicans who are offended. They don't care they all four women politicians but then with governor palin. They did nothing but viciously attack her and they're doing the city they prefer tend to to be you know above race or posed ratio or not racist than and accepting everybody but of course they attack larry elder and use these racist to do and of course again they use that semitic tropes than an actual anti-semitism to to attack israel to attack jews. So this goes back to the obvious thing about the democrat party if you look at their history through the kkk. Through through jim crow through the south in the sixties and seventies of the past century the democrat party has been the one that has been anti semitic. That's been blatantly racist and has been the one that is disenfranchising america's all across the country. Republican party is the party of inclusivity is the party of opportunity is the party of chance. And that's exactly what the maximum is all about under the leadership of president trump.

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A Quest to Support Women-Led Businesses

The Indicator from Planet Money

01:10 min | 3 months ago

A Quest to Support Women-Led Businesses

"Stacey. You've got a new book out this week. Yes i do. It is called machiavelli for women. I love this item. Thank you. It was very fun to right. It's all about women and work and a lot of it's sort of based on some of the economic data that's kind of frustrated me for a long time. That's right one of the big ones has to do with company leadership. So deary nearly. Eighty percent of ceos are male. Nearly ninety percent are white and these numbers haven't really budged in a decade and it could never understand quite what was going on especially since some of the other numbers in the economy were so promising and exciting. Things just seem stuck in this area. And as i was doing research for my book this article caught my eye. It was written by alana samuels. She is the senior economics correspondent for time magazine and apparently she had been noticing. These numbers as well. I was just feeling very frustrated and thinking. What can i do about this. And the only thing i can think of is to stop giving my money to all these businesses that are run by men and giving them. Instead to businesses run by women alana decided to buy only products from companies that will owned or run by

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How Money Really Got Invented

Flash Forward

02:49 min | 3 months ago

How Money Really Got Invented

"How did money got invented so the story. Is you know before we had money. We were just sort of stuck in this unfortunate situation where we had to trade with each other all the time. This is alana. Strauss a producer at national geographic's podcast overheard so person number. One would be a butcher and they'd have meat person number two knew how to make furniture. And you know if if you were someone who had meat and you wanted a chair. But the chair maker didn't need meet at the moment. You just couldn't get a chair and who super inconvenient everyone was just like sitting around unable to get things but of course. Humans are quite inventive. We've talked about that on the show a lot so we figured out solution money so money. Is this amazing invention that comes around where you can ever has money and you can use that as a go-between. Hey i wanna chair right now. I don't have anything you want but here you go. Here's some money you can use that to eggs or whatever else you want and it'll all come around in the future great story. The problem is that it is just that a story it's not true for decades anthropologists have been studying the economic systems of different cultures through history and in nineteen eighty five dr caroline humphrey pointed out that. No one had ever actually documented an example of a pure barter economy. Nobody operates on this barter system. Like it's just not a real thing that anyone uses because leg. He said he would be so inconvenient. Like why would any like people were just like walking around like walking into walls before we came up with like modern ideas you know instead. One system that we know people operated under was a gift economy. These things might sound like the same thing right. Bartering gifting what's the difference so it gift economy is much more flexible right. First of all people aren't just like atomic thomas in a vacuum right like it's probably a friend or a family member someone in your community so when you have a relationship with besides just like this purely kind of economic ebay style thing and if if someone around you need something you're gonna wanna help them out. You know if the butcher needs a chair and you make chairs like the is probably your neighbor and like you have a bunch of chairs because you make chairs and you give them a chair and you know that your community in general is always helping you right like the woman down. The street gave eggs last week and got meat from the butcher a month ago. You probably already do this with your friends and family and community right. If somebody that you know needs something you help them out and you know that if you need something in the future. They're going to help you out.

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Why You Should Invest in Video Marketing

The $100 MBA Show

02:31 min | 4 months ago

Why You Should Invest in Video Marketing

"Before we get into why you should invest in video marketing. I wanna i just bust some myths alana. People don't get past their preconceived notions of oh. I don't have the talent. I don't have the equipment. I don't have the expertise to shoot professional video and be a video marketer. The top tick talker in the world. Right now is a young man named copy. Lame shoots most of his videos with this phone. Half of his videos are not even his own content. he's reacting to other videos. He makes jokes. About how people over complicate things or gimmicks or devices that make no sense. And he's got ninety. Seven million fans on tick-tock. It makes something between fifty to eighty thousand dollars up host and he doesn't say a word on his videos. No script right. No fancy equipment. No huge pre-production budget. Nothing okay. he just puts out valuable content. And that's valuable to build entertaining. It's fun you found his niche and went all in but more importantly he found a growing trend which is video marketing video. Marketing is booming. Like crazy right now. All the top social media platforms are investing in video for reason whether it's instagram whether it's facebook doing facebook lives and facebook watch linked in getting into video. Of course. tick-tock is all video and it's the number one consumed type of content on people's mobile devices. People consume video more than any other content more than texts like blog posts more than audio podcasts. More than anything. And i'm here to tell you don't sit out on the sidelines. When something like. This is booming. The market a lot of money is going to get pumped into support it whether it's at dollars whether it's technology trying to make sure these videos are found like search engines whether it software to make it easy to produce this content the point here. Is that your work. Cut out for you. It's easy now to be successful video. And whatever you're comfortable with you're able to do so you don't have to be a comedian. You don't have to be a talking head meaning that you have to be on camera and be talking to your audience directly. You're gonna have video marketing working for you without you being involved in fact we've been doing this to really scale are video marketing. I can't shoot and be featured in every video that we have for our businesses so instead of you trying to be the expert just put your product in front of

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RVive: Where Biotechnology Meets Beauty

Art Beauty

02:03 min | 4 months ago

RVive: Where Biotechnology Meets Beauty

"Today my fabulous gorgeous. Co host is alana drills cypher. She is the ceo of raviv skin-care. And i am so so excited to have you on because this is a line that has so much science behind it. I wanted all into this alana. Thank you for being here with us today. My pleasure and thank you for having me. So okay. Raviv is considered one of the most luxurious lines out there And this is a line. That i have heard about. I know that they have this incredible homophobic which i want to ask you about yet later. this is a fifteen hundred dollar treatments are but i you know i. I want to get into the science of this before we do this. I have to have like a little moment. Who radio. I am such a huge fan of the dermot flash. I read an interview that you love it too. Yes so. I obviously like everyone else during vent at least the beginning months you know. Couldn't get facial and that's part of my. I worked in skincare for many years. But that's part of my personal beauty routine. I feel like I was getting regular facials. Even before i had a career in beauty that came from my mother that was just sort of how we were raced and rape never done dermot cleaning okay during ovid i started buying every device to kind of replicate a facial service. So i bought you know. I'm i have about the german flash have new face. I'm have zipped so what i'd never done. Dermot cleaning and i have a friend who has really beautiful skin and she had been Swears by dermot. Planning you know in-office leaning during the facial etc was like all right let me try the d'oro flash and i really really like it.

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Interview With the Director of the Stern Grove Festival

Voices of the Community

02:05 min | 6 months ago

Interview With the Director of the Stern Grove Festival

"Joined remotely by the director of development of stern grove festival. Alana vasconcelos being here alana. Thank you so much. I'm delighted to join you. So i wanted to have stern grove on the show because i went to the festival with my grandfather who used to live literally ten blocks away from stern grove. Back in the sixties. You're eighty four the season. that's right. Tell us about stern grove festival and a little bit of history in. What are some of your progress because this festival but you also do education as well yes. That's right so as the eighty fourth season might imply we are going on our fourth year of concerts and programs provided for the community. Stern grove festival. The festival has a wonderful history. Our core was from. Rosalie meyer stern. Who was the wife of sigmund stern. Who was the nephew of levi. Strauss actually purchased the land where the festival takes place in san francisco in the sunset neighborhood back in nineteen thirty one with the goal of providing space for music and concerts and performances to take place for free for the community and this initial thought of hers was shortly after the depression as a way to hire and support this symphony musicians and the land was given to the city with the caveat that these concerts would need to be held here in open and free for the public and here we are eighty four years later coming out of another kind of rough patch and we at the festival or just thrilled that we've been approved to hold the live season again this year in two thousand nineteen we saw over seventy thousand guests over our course of ten free concerts and in two thousand and twenty a month before we were ready to announce are amazing lineup. You can imagine that we were told everything else that we were not going to be able to do that. And so that was the first time in eighty three years to not have held the season and like the rest of the community. We are just so eager to reconnect and bring this back to the city. Starting june

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Elon Musk Is a Stonckfluencer

Reset

02:25 min | 6 months ago

Elon Musk Is a Stonckfluencer

"Go back to that for twenty tweet from twenty eighteen. Tell me a little bit more about the trouble. Daddy lennon too. So the brought must to court Basically because they're saying this is true you didn't have funding secured you misled. Investors sent the stock price up. You know it was nowhere near four twenty at the time. So they ended up settling out of court. He'd have to admit any wrongdoing. But he lost his chairmanship tesla. And musk find a total of twenty million dollars each and he was supposed to run any like market-moving tweets by the company's lawyers kind of the settlement was to sort of get a hold of of this wild twitter. And we've been seeing the tweets alana's sort of famous for being wild on twitter but recently we learned that you didn't really follow the judge's orders. In the case of running his tweets by lawyer right right even after paying forty million dollars was against chairmanship turns out based on this correspondence that the wall street journal through a request that he not running tweets by his lawyers. And the sec's upset that he's not actually following the agreement in the settlement so one of the tweets was about solar reproduction and the other one was him saying that the the stock was too high which actually sent the stock down about ten percent to be clear you on. Musk is still the. Ceo of tesla. Right he is still the. Ceo tesla in a ceo saying that your company's stock prices too high. Seems like a bad idea. Yeah i mean. He just has such an effect on the stock price. And it's like so obvious. Every time he sends a tweet you can chart out. You know how much he sends the tesla's stock upper down. Has anything happened to. Egon tweets by the sec added. The short answer is no There's a lot of back and forth between the sec. And his lawyers lawyers are saying he doesn't really need to run those tweets by them because their opinion Sec tried to hold him in contempt of court for an earlier tweet but the judge was like you guys deal with this and they did by saying okay. Employers have to go re tweets but only when they have to do with production refinances. But that doesn't seem to have stopped him here. I mean sec's only recourse. Would be to try to go back to a federal judge. See if the hold him in contempt or relitigate this whole thing you know get rid of the settlement and try to try to get him in trouble for that original for twenty tweet.

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COVID-19 Infections Are Increasing Globally

PRI's The World

01:57 min | 8 months ago

COVID-19 Infections Are Increasing Globally

"Is kind of the pulse of this. Pandemic globally right now alana. Where are we at with infections. Well the big picture of marco is that the world is actually experiencing a steady increase in infections leaders at the. Who again sounded the alarm today. Because it's been seven straight weeks of rising infections actually is some of the highest surges yet in the pandemic and it's been four weeks streep of reisen deaths would areas most impacted. We have a sense of that. So i talked with ali mokdad about this. He's with the institute for health metrics at the university of washington and he's been modeling this pandemic since the start he says what's going on in five regions really stands out so i that is an increase in brazil. That snow started to come down so brazil is the big one. Neighboring countries like argentina and chile are now starting to experience rises to and then here the other hot spots this a big rise which still going on in india pakistan bangladesh at bark that is an increase in europe and the middle east following. What's your doping seeing. That is a. It is in cases in the philippines and that this is in south africa and african country. That's now started to come down so the fact that infections are increasing globally even parts of the us. We don't want to forget that. That really worries him. I mean it sounds like overall the world is just not close to controlling this virus. Do scientists have a handle on why cases continued to rise even with vaccines. Is it now all about the variants. Not points to the variance and lots of scientists do variants like be one one seven have become a dominant in europe and this has been found to be more transmissible. But there's another strong message. I'm hearing from a lot of scientists like angela rasmussen. she's just at georgetown. And as of this month the university of saskatchewan which is that these rises are not just from variants like the breakthrough masking and distancing another really important prevention

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Collaboration in Conversation Design

The Future is Spoken

02:07 min | 8 months ago

Collaboration in Conversation Design

"Welcome daniel welcome alana. Thank you thank you very yeah. It's ugly show so about you at on station design is so i'm a conversation designer at facebook. Reality lab said Abetted reality and virtual reality policies. Mainly oculus in portal. You cut out a little bit did you ask me. How competition designer How did you get into conversation designed space. I took a circuitous route. I study stopped policy and psychology. And i still feel like i frame the world in in that way sir the inner workings of a person and the outer workings between people. I got a master's in marketing and one into marketing for a little bit by. I wanted to be on the creative side. And i happened to meet somebody in design so that i knew that i wanted to be a designer. I thought that i would be good if being designer. And i wanted to be product design and i happened to talk to somebody in my singing group. Who said haters this waste. Designer rollo been at a company. Do you wanna try. Said yes. So i interviewed. I loved the practice that they gave me to do. As part of the interview in history absolutely amazing so uncomfortable that let me introduce daniel. I so Can you tell us about your background. And how did you get into the conversation design space of course so i started as a develop building web sites for clients on a freelance basis. And then i actually bought myself in the fintech and drone industry. I've been started conversation design. But when i joined face reality labs at facebook. You've had this program where you can choose your team for and you're going to be working for a few weeks i got into. I got to know about a space call. Semantic knowledge systems on. Which is what i build facebook reality labs. Also the products that him mentioned and products technology systems often interact with natural language. Use a buttocks. And that's really where my interface with conversation is uncomfortable

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The mental health impacts of the pandemic one year later

The World

04:15 min | 9 months ago

The mental health impacts of the pandemic one year later

"To be with you today. Tomorrow. It'll be one year that World Health Organization director Ted Rose get Racists made the official declaration pandemic. Is not a word to use lightly or carelessly for 12 months. We've been living with the word pandemic, and it's reality more than 2.6 million people dead and 117 million infected because of the Corona virus. Planet continues to battle the acute phase of the pandemic and what get braces recently called mass trauma. As we hear from the world's Alana Gordon. Psychologists say the trauma will have impacts for years to come. Christie Douglas, He's a paradox. Collectively, we're experiencing this very much together in this moment. However, we are also doing so when we are all socially isolated in distance, collectively together and yet collectively, totally alone. Dangler is a clinical psychologist and global health researcher at Harvard. She says. The pandemic has even disrupted how we mourn. People grieve very differently. Everyone grieves so differently. Some people grieve very publicly. Some people grieve very privately. Sometimes we do a little bit of both. It's a mixed process, so there's really no one right way to do it. Douglas says rituals are essential to be able to begin to acknowledge the reality of the losses. Ah, lot of that has gone virtual this year. She says it's too soon to understand the impacts. But she is worried digitally connecting doesn't replace in person connections. Reef alone is very painful and were not meant to grieve alone, and we're forced now to grieve alone. Oftentimes in isolation. It's a lot. There's the losses from the pandemic and then other losses were grieving was interrupted by the pandemic itself. In the U. S. Black, Latino and other vulnerable communities are already carrying a bigger weight of these losses. This is happening against the backdrop of compound it stressors. So we're sort of in a perfect storm. We worry for downstream, clinically impairing conditions. And what I really worry about is the impact on the most vulnerable among us All. This means the impact of the pandemic and the collective trauma could last for years. Wh o. Emergency operations manager Mike Ryan recently stressed that this sense of loss can't be anyone Individuals burden to carry mental health systems are maxed out. I think there's a point Where it just becomes unethical to continue to call something out as an issue but not actually focus on solutions. Solutions for joy. means re imagine the whole system for addressing bereavement, making it more holistic. She's director of ever more a nonprofit that focuses on improving conditions for families, You know, brief siblings, right higher risk of premature death, dropping out of high school or teen pregnancy. Brief Children experience higher rates of depression. There's a lack of understanding that the systems around the families you can facilitate Helpful, coping, functional, coping or make coping all that more difficult and complicated. Mulherin says. Policies can make a difference like employment and housing protections. Benefit transfers. Psychosocial supports things that just aren't a guarantee right now. Christie Dangler at Harvard is deeply worried, too. She also says it's important to remember when you're into this pandemic that humans are resilient, acknowledging the loss and stress is the first step. And yet, she says, there also might be another paradox. In this moment, perhaps a more optimistic one. It's almost psychologically impossible to truly process and absorb. This without hindsight, without some distance, Douglas says, many maybe feeling none to the magnitude of losses in this moment, and some instances that can actually help it can provide a buffer. It can help us get through a very demanding time. And then when we have the space, we might go back and start the process. But in the meantime, she really hopes that these overdue collective conversations about grief and loss Lead to long term support for everyone who's grieving for the world.

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The Game Before: One City's Soccer Obsession and Its COVID Crisis

ESPN Daily

03:23 min | 10 months ago

The Game Before: One City's Soccer Obsession and Its COVID Crisis

"Same. Thank you so much for joining us. Thanks so much for having me baba so last year in february around this time the american sports world we were watching the coronavirus from afar and in march as we know the nba cancelled all their games and most of the other sports followed suit at that point too but around that time that same time the story emerged out of italy where corona virus cases and deaths were extremely high and the headlines. There they called this one soccer match in particular game zero and it was linked to a very severe covert outbreak and a year later sam. Frankly wanted to know if that was true. So we called you and you started digging and digging and you found an answer but also what feels like a much more interesting story. Yeah that's right. Pablo in the end. It's really a story about a team and the city that loves it so i want to start with that team oughta lot. Tell me about them. Okay so as you listen to this story. Pablo there's two important things to keep in mind about atalanta. The first is that this is a team deeply deeply ingrained in its city bergamo italy. The club is founded by a group of students in one thousand nine hundred seventy. Choose to name it. After the lava a heroin from greek mythology so for more than a century ought alana's been part of bergamo's fabric And you know what it reminds me of. Have you ever met someone from green bay and heard them talk about the packers. That sort of attachment. Like if you give birth to a baby and burgum. Oh the team they send you this tiny jersey and two bottles the formula. Imagine pablo the piazza in bergamo and strollers going this way. And that and every baby there is wearing a blue and black atalanta jersey atlanta's bad and batting atlanta but is no difference. That's a guy. I talked to you for this story. He's great his name's fabio piano. He lives in new york now but he grew up about a two minute. Walk from atalanta's stadium and says if you're from bergamo. Pablo it is your birthright to cheer for atalanta fabio's in his late forties now and when i asked him about memories of atalanta games he had a very very deep. Catalog probably was a nineteen eighty-two and atalanta a similan in bergamo remember that incredible crowd of people from land milan's the nearest big city. So bergamo was always in its shadow and was also incredible score because the match finished two. And you know it was my. How can you say the first time with me from motown facing against a big name big city vividly recalls the game would think about this a game from forty years ago. It's a tie not even a win. Just tying milan team to to to to lifelong memory for of fan.

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South slammed by winter storm, millions left without power in Texas

Here & Now

05:46 min | 10 months ago

South slammed by winter storm, millions left without power in Texas

"O'Dowd. This is here and now much of the country is in the path of a major winter storm today that is icing over roads, closing airports and causing rolling power outages for millions of Americans. Oklahoma City plunged to a record low six degrees below zero this morning. The last time I got even close to that cold was more than a century ago, Alana Roach to a reporter at the Texas Tribune woke up to an unfamiliar scene here. She is with her four year old daughter, Remmy and 17 month old son, Patrick. We are in Austin, Texas, on Welcome this morning to see what outside Ram Snow. Yeah. What do you want to do in it today? No angels and I'm Valley. No man's Yeah. How beautiful is our backyard? And that scared? It may look good. It may look beautiful, but it's also dangerous. Joining us now is Mark Elliott, a meteorologist and storms specialist at the Weather Channel based in Atlanta. Mark busy day Thanks for making time for us. Absolutely. You're not kidding. And then first let's focus in on Texas because we do not hear about snow and cold like that very often. How unprecedented have the conditions been in Texas? I mean, by all measures. This is just an incredible weather pattern that led to some incredible weather. That's really not done yet. I mean, as an example, you're just hearing from that family in the Austin area. They're gonna have single digit low temperatures when they wake up tomorrow morning, which is on Lee happened eight times in the long Recorded history of the Austin area. I mean, this is an impressive cold air outbreak by all measures and to see the snow across Texas. Very impressive as well. San Antonio officially had six inches of snow from this storm. Wow. Well, this has been going on for a few days because there was recently that terrible pile up around Fort Worth where nine people died on and now looks like every county in Texas is under a state of emergency. And we're seeing millions of people there who don't have power because of the burden on the power grid. It's just so great. So how dangerous is a storm like this? Yeah, I think it's a little bit under appreciated. How? How stress the body can get over When underneath these extreme cold conditions, You have to take all kinds of precautions. I mean, everyone was saying, you know, don't go traveling unless you absolutely have to, and I think most people are listening to that. But, you know, have blankets in the trunk of your car. In case you do get stuck somewhere Know where those extra blankets are in your house. In case you're you know, you lose power for an extended period of time. It is not a comfortable thing to go through. We'll put it that way, Right. And when windshields are that low in a place like Texas, where it doesn't happen very often, it might be worth it. For people to know. Like, what does it feel like? And how dangerous how long can you be exposed to that kind of weather? You know, and single digit temperatures like we are forecasting into central, even portions of southern Texas along with wind chills. That will be even colder than that when you could get frostbite outside in a matter of minutes, So, yes, it's fun, right? Do you have the kid? There's a fun side to this novelty of snow in Texas. But you do need to protect your skin. You need to make sure that you're Getting breaks and getting warmed up because you can really get hurt if you're out there too long. Yeah, And it is not just Texas. As we said neighboring Oklahoma. They've gone days now without getting above 20 F and even Seattle has gotten about a foot of snow. So how widespread is this system across the country? Yeah, A couple of different storms are rotating through what's a a bigger trough of low pressure across, say, the eastern two thirds of the country but then that Trump also extends into the Pacific Northwest. So that's the storm pattern. Storm's coming into the Pacific Northwest, diving very far south into you know, central or even southern Texas and then turning the corner going through the mid south and eventually into the Northeast corridor. So Everybody along that path is seeing ice or snow. Anyone north of that path is in the extreme cold air. And, yes, there is another storm waiting in the wings. So many of the same areas that we've been talking about are going to get snow again for the middle and end of the week, including North Texas. The Dallas area could see significant snow again. Little Rock could see significant snow Memphis could see significant snow. I mean, these are areas that don't get snow every season. So to be talking about it twice in one week is just one more example of how incredible this weather pattern really is. I mean, is it normal? I guess what you've been describing No, it's not normal, actually. So what's causing it all to happen? Yes, So there's there's a loaded question, right? Because weather will always happen and, you know, long term averages are made up of weather extremes on so it's winter. You're going to see winter weather, but you don't see this kind of winter winter weather every year, and a lot of people are like, Oh, it's so cold. You said climate change and global warming. There is a you know, ironic component to that that as the polls warm at different levels, it messes with the polar vortex. I'm sure people have remember hearing about that from a couple years ago as that slows down that strong corridor of wind around the Arctic that keeps that cold air locked up. It gets all kinds of wiggly and wobbly And that happens all the time. That polar vortex is always there. But this is an impressive wobble if you will. So all that Arctic air spilled into the lower latitudes where the U. S is and that cold air is, you know, we're really feeling the impact right now. Marc Elliot, the weather Channel. Thank you so much for your time.

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School gate racism, education reclaimed, and family found

Science Friction

04:35 min | 11 months ago

School gate racism, education reclaimed, and family found

"You have caught an enormous something or other dragonfly. It's huge thing. I can't resist innocent and kill it. But i thought maybe we could katie swan and then if we get anymore. Let your guard just alana. Line me i'm a phd. Cantuta university of adelaide so working on parasitic wasps. My mission is to take a bit more of an appreciation awareness of what's around them which these kids have wholeheartedly. Fish-net khanna looking. It's camouflage really like i'm bringing you powerful personal stories from three generations of indigenous. Australians today talking. Racism in classrooms transcending the past triumphantly pushing past the low expectations others can have for you and on knowing who you are but hey this is a science camp. So let's get some of that good stuff out by the river without insect. Nate's i love it. Because when i was little i used to do this in the backyard. Just for the fun of it like we did one And stuff and then done things. We went touch the real big success. That's scary this year. Eleven student catherine. She's from queensland. I've always had an interest in bite of. Because when i was talking about it in school i just found it fascinating. The way things like adapted to the surroundings and how strong some animals off much study in unique. I definitely want medicine like the medicine or science and even in science the medicines. 'cause on sir fascinated about the way humans walk like animals too but mostly humans like al brain the actual in a workings about nerves and system and everything. I just find it so fascinating into the people with knowledge of that. It's just it's mind blowing to me. If you average or strait olander you make up about three percent over strategies population but just under two percent of all students enrolled at university are indigenous. That's growing by around half a percent over the last decade or side when it comes to unique courses in the natural and physical sciences. It and engineering. Less than one percent of students are indigenous for fifty medicine. That's around two point. Four percent and of course completion rights alario. But this camp is about helping to change. It's about road testing university. So my name's malcolm raleigh. I'm an epidemiologist with sorrow food and nutrition and things are about to get very real for the students right now. We're talking about their activities for the rest of the week in particular. Their inquiry is quite a lot of pressure for them. They'll need to spend a lot of their time thinking about the question that they want to investigate for the next few days and then they'll have to be ready to presented by next week. You asking them to do a scientific experiment in two days scientific inquiry that might be an experiment but might be some other activities but in today's yep They'll spend a lot of the allison day. Doing it will be under a lot of pressure. But based on previous years they do a great job so they've got to collect data they definitely have to collect data that to interpret data and to present it. All of those a pressure situation said the pressure is on from pretty much all mice now not quite a couple of days. I think feel it from tomorrow morning. Research can be conceded. A dirty word safe westhead is a young research scientist and regular mentor on these caves. He comes from reggie country new south wales research was something that was dumb on aboriginal people not with aboriginal people and certainly not let by aboriginal people but as we get more aboriginal academics in high positions within the academy. This is where we can start to see a change of the culture so we need young people. All of the students present curious and inquisitive mind and from my perspective. That's all you need to be a scientist. The rest is just learning specific language to arts of the specific questions that you come up with and that's just a process anybody can do that.

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How Zoom might stay relevant post-pandemic

OC Talk Radio

05:58 min | 11 months ago

How Zoom might stay relevant post-pandemic

"Back to our listeners. And welcome back to work place perspective. Julie mccoy thank you to recite a happy new year. And thank you for having me back again. Sorry excited. I love that. We've with scientific arthur time. We've had to kick off our new year. I think it's a great way to do it. Twenty twenty one. Can you believe it. thank goodness right. Never so happy to see a year in the rear view mirror ever well. This is a great topic today. We're gonna be talking about lessons from twenty twenty one that we can take forward with us into this new year. What we could use to improve ourselves improve our lines and provide quality of lives and leaving behind everything. That doesn't serve us. So i am so excited to talk about this list. Jump right into it. Well thank you theresa sought. I've done a lot of reflecting on your twenty eight twenty as we leave it in the rear view mirror. Thank goodness but i. I think it's really important for your listeners. To before they russ not normalcy and twenty twenty one whenever that takes place. I think it's really important to reflect upon things that they undoubtedly learned in the what i call the roussel of twenty twenty because it was that or many of us and some of us bar more than others but You know there's a seeing among the coaching community that there's no comfort in the growth zone and no growth in the comfort zone and we've all been terribly uncomfortable to varying degrees where the past year and we now see the light. The end of the tunnel return to our normal are were teens and had dick schedules. And and i think it's really important to tag out or the experience of twenty twenty uncomfortable experience the lessons that we all learned and in a city. Here right now. Sort of your listeners may be dismissing that Because you know it they were mostly more focused on the pain and how to get through it and what was going to happen next year that accompanied all of his nyan certainty of it but invariably we. I am certain that we all learned things. Maybe we learned a new skill for example. I know a lot of people Might i'll take myself as an example. I wasn't really much of a cook. Started this process. Why us man. I ate out a lot. We got to take now snatch And all of a sudden is down than i had. Actually prepare a week's worth of menus. Arkansas and prepare food and i became a much better cook because i had to learn how to do things like substitute ingredients. And before i was just following the recipe rigidly. Because that's all i knew how to do. I had no idea. I'm substitute well. If you can't just run out and store to get one item because that's too dangerous right to your hell. I figure that out. So there's there was real learning around that For me i. I know of other people who had to learn how to be alone. Alana people just really can't stand thought of being alone and on the isolation of this pandemic inspires ties into that You know i would say that as we need this year last year behind us it's important to take a moment to reflect on what we gained on and there were a lot of positives. They came out of twenty twenty on on a broader scale For example the images of the clear skies in los angeles on this beautiful days when there was no pollution the images of the himalayan mountain one which you never see right because it's always obscured and smog the fact that a lot of us learned that our lives were so much more hectic when we were running around in our cars going back and forth to meetings there was so much easier just to sit down at our desk in have a really productive. Absolutely you know. I find that amazing now and that was one of the first things i noticed was how much time i saved by. Not having to and i still get ready. The i get up. I put my hair up close make module around and everything but still. It's so awesome. How much time you save right. And you're saving the environment at time. And you arrive at meetings not so frazzled. Especially in southern california when you're driving in traffic all of the time I you know. I just woke that going forward. Some of us will remember value of hadden's in meetings which they seem very awkward in the beginning and some people tatum so much they just signed off and reviews combat. But were those of us who had to stick it out. There were these we had to accomplish. I think we learned how to work through the awkwardness of winners. It might've speedy and ocean the conduct brisson's talking and once we did that we download it was really productive platform for getting things done and could sit down calmly in our desk with a cup of coffee or glass of water and proceed to our meeting without the rush of. Oh i just got the freeway. I'm laid i gotta find parking place. A russian take an elevator. So i i just hope that some of us will from time to time and undoubtedly in person meetings organic resume as soon as nike And i hope that some of the small may be take her pause in every now and then say you know. This meeting doesn't have to be. We're solidity in the comfort of our own homes or on offices and students via sumer via conference call.

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U.N. Gets OK to Aid Crippled Yemen Tanker

UN News

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

U.N. Gets OK to Aid Crippled Yemen Tanker

"Yemen. Permission has been given for the un to access and expect a rusting supertanker. That was abandoned off the coast five years ago with more than one million barrels of oil on board the development follows agreement in writing by who militants who have been fighting yemeni government forces since two thousand fifteen to let the inspection of the ship happen although no date has been set announcing the news on monday. Un spokesperson for the secretary-general stefan jerick told journalists. That the hootie leaders had sent a letter indicating their approval for the un expert mission to the tanker. The vessel named safer is afloat near the key port of data which the who tease control earlier. This month you appointed independent rights expert on toxics. Marcus or alana insisted that everything should be done to assess the dilapidated tanker in order to avert the threat of an oil spill and an environmental disaster

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"alana" Discussed on The Kae Whitaker Show

The Kae Whitaker Show

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"alana" Discussed on The Kae Whitaker Show

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"alana" Discussed on The Kae Whitaker Show

The Kae Whitaker Show

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"alana" Discussed on The Kae Whitaker Show

"I! Wait until I had all the curriculum. Ready I did not wait until every situation was perfected because I knew that there was a there was a challenge that was going on and. This the time that I spoke about about having that conference, which is third grade teacher. That was the final Straw. Right. There was a lot of things that were leading up to that one was he was in class and having a challenge focusing and old him to long he put his headphones on. Is the the hip on the used for the computer with your own bond that will block out the sound, and it'll give you an opportunity to concentrate. Joel explained to her. That's going to be a distraction. And so you know he's very diplomatically. My son has always been a great communicator. All of my children, both of my children and so she got upset with him because he refused to put the hat on Don. I later found out that she's actually the disciplinarian teacher, so there were filed no behavioral problem and trouble makers that were in her class and. My son with having trouble focusing because these were the kid that would They either weren't doing their work Ah, they either window. They're working. Just make noise, or they'd be doing their work and being distracted all kinds of stuff. Okay, just all types of stuff all up. There was a there was also a time we moved while drew was n d He's going into the first grade, and so we moved into a different school. And he had a challenge focusing. In that particular class, the teacher gave him a timer. Sit on his desk and that helped him tremendously being able to understand what his parameters were. I'm doing this assignment and I had this amount of time to complete it well. What happened is after he got accustomed to use the timer. She took it away from so. All kinds of things he moved from We moved from that place to another on. We ended up buying a home a year later and the community we lived in school that was onto it drew went to that school, and he had trouble with the boys throwing mashed potatoes at him at the lunch table. They used to go to the bathroom in pairs and one of the little boys rubbed his naked, but on his pants. Oh no I'll kind of thing so I, said all that they that. In my in my brain, I wanted to wait until maybe I should wait at. The end of this year because when? A lot of third grade it was in October. I feel maybe I should wait to the end of this year. Or originally I maybe I should wait till heat in the fourth grade, and then out of I. Well, we keep having challenges here. And, then I said well, maybe we'll wait until the end of this actual year will start in January and Berry loudly as as loudly as audible as I'm talking to you I heard myself say to myself. But. How much longer are you going to let him endure all these challenges knowing that there's a problem just because of the calendar. Right and I remember going to lunch with some of my girlfriends. That I took him out of class. Officially take him out of school and one of my girlfriends. Did you mean you're gonNA take him out of class and you? You haven't already put all your curriculum and everything together and the yeah, that's what I'm getting ready to. And so I did it I walked to the school. I mean I drove to the school. Shine the withdraw paper. I found out that no matter how many not matter how much Dumbo or Marolles you. Not. Reach, you real different when you walk. withdrawal. So I withdrew him. And initially, I was basically public schooling at home, so they were regimented curriculum it had all of the subjects including Bible there were stacks of workbooks for every single subject, and it was excruciating. What? Is Not right if we are public schooling at home, that's Kate. You guys are taking someone else's plan and you're just. Trying to right and so for us, it took a Yo for me to realize a lot of things that I share it with you many months ago. It took me a wild live at that. Even when drew I officially started high school. I would get recommendations for biology curriculum for him at the home school store and the curriculum. That I was by we started using it in two weeks in pay. It would like it. Don't have to be. Pin. And Ward is it? Package that that textbook up and bring it back to the home school story getting money back and switch to a different curriculum, but in that moment the reason why I brought it up is because in that moment I had to realize Alana. Yes you bought the book and the WORKBOOK? And yes, you already written in the workbook, but it's okay, if okay for you if there's and do something else nobody's GonNa die and nobody's going to have to eat Rama noodles every day is. Just workbook that you pay that you can't get money back for. And, so what ended up? Happening is I switched its biology curriculum call friendly biology that was a curriculum written by a home school, mom and Dad, who both. Masters degrees in education and curriculum, right? Nice and it was phenomenal so I started out my thought process was. It's gotta be just like Public School. And then. There was some heated moments there was some yelling and some screaming, and some now I gotta go stand up in the garage and cool off into the year. Now those heated moments from the boys, or what else he, mom, it's Fraum the Hubby. He that the one that I'm particularly speaking with the boy. I. I'm glued one day. I walked downstairs and went into the garage. I was walking into the garage. My husband was walking in from work and he was like. Oh! Hear you would've handled. you know it was a lenny various? All one of the things I love about parenting. Is that essentially I am watching? My Children Vo up while Baywatch. Yep Yep I. Tell my kids that all the time. We are growing together. You grow older trying to figure out how to do this with you, so I'd never been to. Before? Forever have I ever. Fetus Mississippi together. Tableau. Faciliate to your question. When I started out, I started the process and it was beginning to know my child. It doesn't have to be perfect. Everything does not happen to be in line, and there's no quote, unquote, misstep or mistake that you can't overcome because you're the person in charge. So what about timing a? Public. School goes to school from office to intimate. Juru by what does the timing look like for your boys as your home? the timing also something that we..

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"alana" Discussed on The Kae Whitaker Show

The Kae Whitaker Show

08:11 min | 1 year ago

"alana" Discussed on The Kae Whitaker Show

"Public School System? Although it is a beautiful wonderful system that does it does work working part. What I noticed is that or many brown faded boys? It was it was challenging. Now I in no way. Am I conspiracy fear, but I believe that sometimes the way of particular something is made although it works really well for a lot of people, there may be a certain time. The person that had doesn't work for you. Know You you and I getting ready to log in this podcast. I had a few challenges log Ryan. Because I was logging in from a different type of rouser than what you're normally used to log in. It didn't mean that this whole concept doesn't work. Working for me, and in this particular example I was able to tweak some things, and now made it work for me, but the public school system was something that I noticed was not working for my faith boy, and there were several other and have been several other over the years. Of Pants that I get calls from saying Alana I'm having a challenge you know. My friend told me to call you and More often than not Brown baseball. or a a young lady who is very creative and are out the box and She's being forced to be put inside of a box and here's what I also want to make sure I clarify about public school. It is the nature of the beast. Right it is. It is a machine that was created to produce a product. That's not a bad. Yup. It's not a good thing thing. and many people don't know this, but many many many years ago. The Public School System was actually created by Andrew Carnegie in J.. P. Morgan because they wanted a system to be able to educate children so that by the time they were of working age they would have. And a mentality to be able to plug in employees to their company. Super March and has four What is the foundation of corporate? America today and if you look at the Two Systems Corporate America and the Public School System. They're very similar. Even though we are, you know hundreds of years removed from its initial coronation, and so what I noticed something very basic. So in life. They teach us to pay attention to the constant. You haven't Afa. Continuing, challenge, what is the constant in though situation that connect them oftentimes bass that they need to handle? And so one of the things that was already like for me. There were several. When that every year when my oldest son was in school, he had a challenge when it paints during creative writing. I thought odd because my son, who is now an animator really love doing creative things and one of these would do. Sometimes on a Saturday is He would write a story and then illustrate store so. I was kind of dumbfounded as to how a kid who can write pages of a story in his leisure time, we'll have in so much trouble each who year doing it when it was an assignment for him so kindergarten first grade second grade. Third Grade. It dawned on me. in keeping with the whole. They're confident situation. It dawned on me that other constant besides my son. Was the. System! And I never thought about that. The whole entire time that we have in this challenge, I always thought what must be something with your you're. Wrong with you. But then I started focusing on the system and system operates, and I pulled a way. I pulled away some things I looked at some pieces of the puzzle that were missing I lived some pieces of the puzzle that were just a gap. There were no pieces to fit in. There was just a gap and I realized that the way they were teaching. My phone was not the way that he most affected learn. From. Their both of my boys at the time I only had At the time, my youngest son was like a two or three. And my son was beginning his third grade year he was in a gifted and talented program, and this was his first time with two teachers, and so. I had a conference with warm. It's an English teacher and she was worried about drew's writing once again. And this was the thing that sent me over the edge, and when I say over the edge I don't need. I was upset. Me Over the edge as far as like okay, I gotta find a different alternatives right and this situation she and I I was always appeared. That likes to have meetings with the teachers throughout the year I never worked mom who you only saw whenever the problem. And on occasion I might bring a pot of Gumbo or some freshly baked rolls. Resonate in a positive light with fresh. Human mentality works so I'm going in for the boat though and so. On Vicar meeting his English teacher with. Him Off. and. She's showing me his notebook is. She's sending you know. On this day. He had thirty minutes to write and all he wrote. What's his name? The title of the book? He was supposed to be writing about and I think an. And then he spent the other thirty minutes doing nothing, and then he showed me another. Show me another paper where he had only his name. and then she showed me another paper where for forty five minutes I'll he? What was his name and the date? And and so she stopped there, and she's talking to me meanwhile, I'm listening to her to her case and I'm thinking to myself I. Don't understand how this is possible because this is not. So Day she says, but on this day she turned the page and there is two pages. Pop The bottom front to back full of word. It! If teen minutes filling up all those pages. And I said well, what was the difference between this? And that she said well, I was talking to an act. about some of the books that he had been reading any book that resonated with him and Leo Leoni is a child author he tackling. But. He wrote a book as you had read. That drew really enjoy, and he drew, says his teacher I really like this particular birth. And she said well. Why don't you write about that? I didn't know about that because you know. They give them a list of books, right? Do said I didn't know about that. And she and she said yes. She said so next time we do our creative writing are You can write about a book. She say anything about. jrue bothered me for three days straight and they. Only did writing like once a week? She, said drew. Bother me. Ask me two or three times every day for two or three days straight. If he can have his time to write about that book. and. What ended up happening, is he was so on fire about writing about something that inspired him that he bartered his recess. Be Able to sit in the classroom and right about that book. That when he banged out all of those. What?.

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"alana" Discussed on The Kae Whitaker Show

The Kae Whitaker Show

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"alana" Discussed on The Kae Whitaker Show

"Hey Mama, so please don't throw me away and know. It's been a couple of weeks since we last talked. I am terrible podcast producer, but ladies listen. It's been a lot going on by. Here working because work is work in work is a lot of work these days. In the middle of hiring trying to get the kids home to prepare myself mentally for home schooling, so it's just been a lot, so I apologize for not being present, but. I also wanted to make sure that this episode got out because today sharing another storing from a home schooling, mom, we're coming up on back the school season. Things are so uncertain. We really don't know if these kids want to school fulltime, or if they not going to school full time, and I just wanted to provide some encouragement to the MOMMAS that there. I know I made the decision to pull our kids out. A couple months back but I know that that's not everybody's story and sometimes you just need to be inspired others to know that it's even a possibility for you just to feel better about where you are. It's tough right now. Ladies but I want to offer you some encouragement today before we happy in start talking to allow. Your great mother and your kids are amazing in their lucky to have you if they're not gonNA be. Any dumber. Because things are not going. The way that they normally would go I think as MOMS right now. It's just our job to dig deep into the best that we can for a little humans and just make sure that they feel protected, and they feel confident. During this time in all of those are, the details will work themselves out so today as you're listening to a modest home schooling, our boys, her olders was in the third grade and I want you to hear her confidence and I want you to hear how she feels about her abilities as a mother to educate her boys in. In laughs at her mistakes I think we're in a season. Where even though it's toughness, stressful I think that we should as Mommy's take the pressure off of ourselves and start to figure out ways that we can just be the best moms that we can for our little humans in the season, and just work to get through it together, so today's episode is all about encouragement. It's just a story to share with you to provide some insight from another home schooling. Mom I've got plenty of back to school stuff coming up added I'll be sharing with you. My friend, my cousin over at on. Was It homeschooling. Dog It is trying to look up August the grandma pulling up never met Tagger Wall. We talked to last week the. Her. Organization is still a great. If, you are looking at trying to educate yourself on how to get started if you're having homeschool and I, really recommend it because it's a mix between homeschooling in having the home school because they can't go to school, so check that out. Be should check it out, but today listen to Alana Laugh with me and Alana take the pressure off a no stress while I'm right there with you, but we're gonNA. Get this latest I promise. You and we're GONNA laugh about it on the other side, but until been. Let's have the answer today's episode..

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"alana" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"alana" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"I'm not even GONNA. Tell you why. I think you can get. It's pretty gross, right? So. He started a factory in the USA very rare and I love it because I love the idea of the Iwa. Build it yourself, nor your sleeves up right. And he started making pillows that you can wash and pillows himself and only makes us a pillow. And you would not believe how large that company is now I actually don't know you should go it, but this needs started in literally a tin shed warehouse. All you need is one product in something to do really well. Let's get back to the basis in nature business. Let's find a need and let's fill it. All you need is one product. Fifty I wish I only had what that is some site advisory at the? Very, much for sharing that because we often do get caught up in the manucher of what this is all about, and this brings me to my next. Very important point is We. We don't often think about business in terms of the value that we provide and the fact that we are serving others. Is that something that you educate people on? Is that is the core of while you're in business. Absolutely our motto, and we just redid our messaging for our skincare. Businesses is skincare with heart, so the entire idea is. How can you know the the process of self care? Some people usually females, but a lot of males do it, too, is taken care of their skin or getting a facial or a SPA treatment. That's like a really special time moment for now. And we realized that early on, and we decided to make her company all about low, so the idea behind skin care with heart is that we literally hand select ingredients, and we the truly we'll test it on ourselves and Make sure we'd love it before eating release it to clients, and then if you buy any product from our store, you get a bunch of gifts, and we just try to literally start a friendship with you right yet, so for us. It's everything you know. Obviously, it's a lot easier through consulting to love others and to go the extra mile and shorter's care, so you know that was a lot easier, but. I would tell you you know. What would it look like for you? In your kind of been mostly every interaction, you haven't someone. You know ended in a friendship. Right like what if we? If, we viewed our interactions, cyberbullying sat way I think we'd have a lot more people returning. This is one of those codes that I have just taken so much out of You can take that. You're coming from a good place Jarrett and Alana. She's got some amazing things. In her businesses, the fact that you're working with the top of the trade in every. WAY SHAPE informs an absolute credit to you given that we start off with a pamphlet at Costco. Jared now wind. People want to find yourself and Alana. Where's the best place to connect with you? Sure Yeah, you know I'd probably send you to my website. Which is BP sites? Dot Com? If you just also Google anything that has to do with skincare and Alana, our skincare websites will come up. We'll there you go, everybody as is normally the case on the show are we'll be my he. The links back.

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"alana" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"alana" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"It survived the test of time as? But are you in an industry? That's recession proof. Do sell products that are recession proof, because if you don't you, I want to consider pivoting. Okay you gotta think laterally. Are the products you offering recession? If they're not, what can you sell that is? And I can't answer that question for you, 'cause options are endless, but that's certainly something you need to consider. Is the product offering and servants.

"alana" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"alana" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"Just want you to think about this for a little bit. You might have bought an online course from someone who simply regurgitating information. Now I'm not gonNA say that it's bad information. They could be regurgitating excellent permission, but if it's me. And I'm GonNa, hire someone to teach me something and spend my money on it. I WanNa hire someone e done. What they're teaching before right just unwanted data. Right so, it blows me away that there's people teaching ECOMMERCE. I've never sold anything online before and You know they have crafty ways of making it. Look like they have, but they haven't. So I would say I you know spot check in screen, Schick who you're actually gonNA. Take this classroom what they actually done. They worked at like a marketing agency, and so they haven't actually owned business themselves like you know. Know Really Break Air. Have they done consulting? You know so i. think that's a real big one. You can sort of dig into the people that you're interesting learning from it. Make sure that they're the real deal. Here's a lot of people blowing smoke right now. Teaching facebook ads the get rich quick seemed thing is simply you know the the new sort of facebook? guys who are running ads teaching You know people had a grow businesses and make money on facebook ads and you know Amazon is a big one. You just gotTa be really careful because some. When you really great down by the class and do what they say, it's going to work per meal. It doesn't work because they don't tell you. Is that facebook's expensive now? is like Amazon has data their algorithm. And they're. They're able to tell if you are trying to work the system, so you know the methods that worked for these guys or their clients in the past. They are long gone so. Coming, generally answer but Netflix. Yeah, thank you so much. I really love the fact that we've touched on the human side I. always come back to it because you know, I look at the mechanics of the business and the software and the platforms, and the tools as against the hot or end the bits and pieces that you need to actually do that so when we look at those things. What are you looking at the moment? That's working and you'd say for people to consider themselves. Why Coma Digital Marquess side like what software right now foams and the toes. Okay for selling physical products on. Typically. Given that where on the in the online spice, primarily, there are times where you know this this this crossover between the bricks and mortar business and the online spice. Maybe there's some some tools that we could talk about that of buses is. Fantastic. Yeah, so you know. Let's just kind of assume that you're listening. And you have a brick and mortar business, and you're looking for ways to survive the next quarantine or Kobe scare or whatever that looks like in the future. And Your Business has been closed. you know the average millionaire has about seven different sources of revenue that seven different sales channels and one of the main things I see when I go in audit, a business that suffering is they usually have like one or two, so if you're a brick and mortar store owner, he kinda only have one. You know people walk in. They buy something right. Well we, we will see how quickly they can be taken away from you. Against your will even. With Colonel Voire scared. Governments, shutting down businesses leaks. That's what happened to hear the US some of them. Just plane went out of business. Wasn't even their hall yeah. So. I I recommend you. Check out is shop at five. Many people have heard of it. They just announced a partnership with Walmart the other day. which is a huge retailer here in the US. Yeah..

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"alana" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"alana" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"Whoa, what does that look to be honest? First of all? I had Google Eulogy and Epitaph remember which ones on the gravestone which ones did I like young? I'm when funeral. And so and then what straightens he rewrote them. Three times over his life, okay, yeah, that got me thinking about reflection reflections. To me so every single one of my students, one of the exercise they bring them drew is writing eulogy in their epitaph for the first time. And I encourage them. To write it again. Because what it really does is it forces you to God willing. We all live tour like eighty ninth. So when I'm eighty five year old, jared sitting around like old folks on. You know probably can't surf anymore. Whatever I look back in? What am I going to regret and what I'm? What am I going to? You know wish I did more. And what are we gonna be so happy that I did? And I just don't think that people really thought about their life that way and to me. That's a complete game. Changer, it makes you appreciative. Of what you how? That actually again you know really matter really should matter like spending time with your kids and kissing them every day and looking in the eyes. And things that you know are, you should be thankful for like. The dulcimer healthy relationship your spouse. So on, and so you know, that's my little soapbox spiel and. Absolutely love it. I think we're very much on the same page in this respect. Jared do very much appreciate that, and that some sage insight into a life that is successful with somebody who can look at it from the other side of the coin salute, chasing the dollar is one thing, and I think on balance is probably the the key point here. You need it, but don't necessarily make at the end goal. Oh, completely I laugh at some of these shows that on this net net like they want me to brag about what you know how much we sold or moneymakers..

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"alana" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"alana" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"Yeah, that's great, so thank you so much for sharing jared. Always talk about this on the my future business show the routine daily routine how it resets you. Physically and as you've mentioned spiritually and. What about mindset defined that? You have to work on that errors? Something that's. In a good place. Well right now. We're in a good place because we've been doing so well. Kobe, because we're all online and our numbers are the snap. As a male I find that my mental health strongly instead of depending on how businesses are doing financially, right? And you know Alana's obviously. You know her mental help. It's based on a lot of different things you know being a female and so yeah I think I identify an understanding. Those things is the first half of winning the battle. Lena Nights and high on the anxiety scale, and I think a lot of entrepreneurs to that's one thing that sort of fuels the fire right, but yes, we yeah we. We found that if we can communicate properly your. Counseling sometimes maybe even some medication to help us go top seasons. It's manageable process, but what will people get themselves in trouble is they're in denial, either with their spouse or with themselves, and they live this like unhappy unhealthy life where? This is no fun. In their whole life, trying to pile up a big pile of money and I've never seen a hearse pulling a U. Haul, you know. The thing I love about this sort of compensation, jared. Is that we we peel away the mechanics of owning a business and we talk about the human because to me. If you're not happy healthy, you may well as forget about running a business at Oak. Would you agree with that? Oh my gosh one hundred percent I. mean you know. Why are you doing this can not so many entrepreneurs do so much consulting with so many different types of been since book for Neil for my own business. And I talked to so many of these guys. You didn't tell you know. Their mission in life is to make sure that they have been successful business and. Make a lot of money and this and that and I just think it's a pretty shallow goal I mean. Certainly we should have financial objectives actual goals like there's nothing role. But man when it defines who you are as a person. You know for me like I. I asked people all the time will. How do you define being rich? What does that mean to you bike? and I love Guy Robert. Kiyosaki wrote Rich Dad. Poor Dad him as well. He's Richard measured in dollars. Wealth is measured in time for example, most people think a million bucks is rich, but expenses are hundred thousand a month. Wealthy it's only about a month..

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"alana" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"alana" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"So. It really was kind of A. You know American. Dream Story. I guess you could say and we have tried to. Really you know a really take advantage of situation and grow the businesses. You know jump on the opportunity that presented itself and that was fifteen years ago rick. It's. It's amazing. How time flies, isn't it? It is absolutely amazing. Yeah, and You know we realized this point. because we don't three businesses now you know I work for Neil doing consulting, and that's part of my business. EP sites where a consultant. To Sell Products Online. We have a skincare brand under Lena's name called Olena Mitchell, and then we have a retail store skincare by. And we developed those over the last fifteen years, and I realized that I just really enjoy the process. It's a lot of fun for me. Yeah! It's something that you know going back to the costco part of the story. It's really interesting story. You picked up just that pace of paper. That's a very valuable piece of Patrick, wasn't it? It was I. Wish it would have saved it in company that I built. The website was called Value Web. They're not even around anymore. They got bought by a company pro stores. Her stores got by Ebay. Turned him, they're like big commerce or something i. don't even remember, but it was quite comical I. Wonder Jared is working with Alana. Challenging, or is it just police? Fall Tom. No it's absolutely challenging because. We do everything bootstrapped, and that means to us is we sell on everything? We don't take on any money or any investors so basically what that means! We started in seventy square foot room. And then even now We've been sort of growing and morphing and leasing new space ever since and we've had to move a couple times. But right now we're shared office so. Imagine having two kids with your spouse. And not going away from each other at all at any part of a day. You there for breakfast for work. You're there for you know the only thing you're not there. Maybe if you go to the gym or go surfing or takes carton, go to sleep. Yeah, now you know rarely happens when the kids anyway it's. It's a real credit to you because you know in today's Tumultuous Times the. We are very close to each other, no matter who we are where we are and. This does present some challenges. So what are some of the techniques that you you go through? Personally jared. When you find that, you know you need a little spice because I guess we will do it terms. Absolutely for us for I. It's Buydell that everyday. We have our own time. in Soaker me with that looks like is each morning I wake up early. In. We're fortunate enough to have a hot TUB. On the backyard and I do my. You know routine in the hot tub and have some time to myself before I even start to workday. So that's that's a key component. And also if there's waves, I make sure sir once a day not too long, not too short, and if there's not waves I go to the gym and those are two things that really reset. Reset my entire body mind spirit, and without it in, and Elena has her own to that. She does without those you know. We have an unhealthy relationship I would say like it's really hard if the person isn't taking care of their Simpson, sells practicing self care to lt marriage or business partner or what happened..

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"alana" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"alana" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"Husky I'll tell you what sometimes get just some amazing guests on the show, and you know without your support and your fate that I have been receiving. It just wouldn't be as special as it is without you on very humbled to be your host, so thank you very much for joining us on the show today now today I'm on the line with Jared Mitchell now. If you don't know who jared Mitchell is, let me just start by saying that he is the senior ECOMMERCE commerce analyst for Neil Patel not only. Is He the analyst? He's also a personal friend of. Of News and he's going to be sharing a a little bit about his guess. Loss journey with his wonderful wife Alana, and how they built a massive business by with a number of different organizations that they have created successfully. They've been involved with an working with the likes of buzzfeed's CBS modern cosmopolitan hallmark install, and the list goes on and on so with all of that being, said Jarrett welcome to the show. Gosh thanks so much. That's the best intro I've ever ever gotten. It's good to be here. Now Look I. Am truly humbled to have you on the show because you know this is so important for the my future business audience to take away value to learn a little bit more about you and you wonderful wife Alana now. Alana's not going to be on the call with us today. However, we are going to speak to some of her organizations, but. I'd love to start out with how you Alana, because it's a very interesting that I noticed on your website something to do with sell it. That's true. Yeah, he's on the line to be laughing right now. We met in college. We are college sweethearts. We celebrated sixteen years of marriage a few days ago and We met when we are in the cafeteria and she spilled salad on my lap and that's basically. Hey. I don't think it was intentional. Certainly meant to be you know. We went on our first date, and we both said balanced kind of a weird day, and we couldn't really put it into words, but we're definitely soulmate. That's like it. From moment one you know like hanging out with someone known your whole life. It's really cool to what I like to When we jumped into the show's learn more about that sought of and you know for me, it's important to give context to the my future business audience in terms of I guess..

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"alana" Discussed on Kickass News

Kickass News

04:53 min | 3 years ago

"alana" Discussed on Kickass News

"Now, you mentioned that you were getting over a break-up. I want to say that you say that in the book that it was the longest relationship that you had had at that point. So there was also this emotional and healing component to the whole trip. Talk a little about that. Yeah. I you know, that was probably the most vulnerable part to write about because I had always felt I'm I'm thirty four right now. And I was thirty thirty two thirty one. And I had always felt like this outsider because I'd never been in love before. And it was like this very shameful feeling of like, I'm not experiencing this thing that everyone seems to be experiencing everything is about this thing that I maybe I'm incapable of this. But it was just this like felt like this secret of like, oh, Eric I can't feel this deeply about someone. Or someone can't feel this deeply about me. And and then when I actually met someone and was in this relationship. It was incredible. And I I was well again, it I got it now everybody, and it was also with a woman, and I'd only dated man up until this point. So it was a lot for me. And and then it was sort of abruptly over which was a lot in in a different way from me, and I'm very thankful for that experience because twenty seventeen and then after, you know, the writing of this book, which took place a lot in twenty eighteen was me really going into myself and figuring out like a lot of like, I think heartbreak allows you to learn a lot about yourself because you're trying desperately to figure out what what hell. What happened what would went on? And I it just I think that was also a I just was like, I don't know why I need to write this. But in in getting the book deal and making this project like I had to be accountable in this. This company was waiting on this thing. And so I had to examine myself in this way. And that's what I pitched. So it was sort of like, I don't know why I did that. But I did it to force myself to really go in and and an write about myself in this way. And also it felt like I needed to do that to differentiate myself from the character on the show 'cause very much defined by her. And she is a lot of me. But is a younger version of me, this amplified version of me and in writing in this more vulnerable way. I was I ne- I just needed personal. It was a very selfish endeavor to explore myself differently. What is that like because you in Alana kinda play heightened versions of yourself at a different age on the show. Do you have fans who just immediately assume that you are your character? Or maybe even approach you in a more familiar way, then they would someone else because they think that your friends they have some kind of a relationship with you. Yeah. I mean, I don't I write about this little bit. I don't know what it's like for other people who are on shows. But I do think that Alana an I. Eight because it is so familiar like even playing them is. So it is so close to us. But it, and it's the most flattering thing in the world to have people think they know you that's the ultimate goal of writing a show of characters to feel real. But it is. I got it is jarring to have people think they know you when you're walking you're living your life because I think I've developed this skill which is to forget about that when I'm living my life. So I'm so often like confused and surprise like I have I like repress the idea that I'm on a show. I don't know if I've done on purpose, but I'm just trying to like be out in the world living, and then some someone will like, ABBIE. And I just leeann. Assume it someone that I know. And then I'm then it's like, oh, yeah. Right. Right. Right. Like, it's I think it's good that it's that way. But it's it's very, I don't know. What the right word is. It's a bizarre bizarre thing. But I yeah, it's also so flattering, but it is confusing..

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"alana" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:55 min | 3 years ago

"alana" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Best hopes for a medal. Ilana new the eyes of a new nation on her. Huge expectation. There was a lot of pressure to to do the best for your for yourself. But also for your country. Ilana had waited years for this moment at twenty five. She felt at the peak of her career. Yes, had never had the opportunity to test herself on the world stage. She wasn't even born when South Africa was banned from the Olympics as young white girl. Alana mayor has self only realize the impact of apartheid when she joined a racially mixed athletics team as a teenager when we went into a restaurant, you know, the whole team could not go in because they was athlete of Kelly in the team can also infect was really the first time that I was alerted to the political situation. But one South African Alana's closest rivals Zola Budd managed to get round the rules by running for her grandfather's country, Great Britain at the nineteen Eighty-four Olympics Alana realized that she wanted the same opportunity watching, you know, Zola competing in Los Angeles. Certainly, I think opened my eyes for opportunities. You know, what I did realize east? Are they easy international athletics? World are the which I would really like to be fought off. I'm so so that also made me change my focus a little bit to try and compete against my international competitors. Even though I couldn't physically run rises against international athletes, you know, I- benchmark myself against the international times. So I knew my competitors. I knew Ingrid Kristiansen, Greta Vides, Liz McColgan, I knew all of them, and she continued to watch them from the sidelines as they raced in the next Olympics, but the nine hundred ninety s brought new hope Nelson Mandela was released from prison and before long a decision was made to readmit South Africa to the Olympics in one thousand nine hundred ninety there's already intense discussion here about what kind of team of Africa might send to the Olympics named to watch out for our Alana mayor. Recently round the world's fastest ever half marathon. And as he can here in this clip Alana was overjoyed and a little overwhelmed at the news, the Olympic crispy, even every spokesman scheme, and I think it's going to be unreal to go and take broadband. I can't really imagine taking part in the South African team was really prepaid in in many many ways because we only got accepted literally months before the Olympics. You know where you need to prepare. We didn't even have our own Dr medicals on the team we had to share with you. Despite these obstacles Ilana van sale may knew that has South Africa's only truly world class athletes. Millions back home would be watching the ten thousand meter final and expecting including those at the very top. You know, I had calls from politicians the night before to ask me if I win in which flag will Iran. And at that stage. We didn't even have a flag. It was prior to having a democratic election. Now, we had a white these flag with Olympic rings on wall, prepaid my coach, you know, we had a plan. I in a plan b in a plan was ready. Ready to rice with my heart. Wow. But with a massive weight on your shoulders. Yeah. I think you know. Luckily, as soon as the gun goes a lot of that stress release immediately. With your mind. Good body jihad.

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